European corporate bond investors have expressed concern that struggling companies are increasingly moving abroad to avoid paying back creditors.
Over the past year, a number of issuers have moved their operations to different jurisdictions in order to take advantage of more flexible bankruptcy laws – a process known as “bankruptcy tourism” or “forum shopping”. Market participants have called for stronger EU regulation to tackle the issue.
Europe already has cross-border regulation governing inso
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